Trump’s Conversation With Queen Elizabeth Leaks

Donald Trump has revealed his conversations with the late Queen Elizabeth II, whom he describes as a “genius.” Speaking to Britain’s GB News, the former President said the country’s longest-serving Monarch “almost never made a mistake” in her 70 years on the throne. He described his attempts to provoke the Queen into offering her opinion on political figures, including Presidents and Prime Ministers, but she would not bite.

Trump said he got on well with Elizabeth and repeatedly asked her to name her favorite Prime Minister. She replied, “I like them all; they were all wonderful.” Mr. Trump then attempted to learn her preferred US President, but she gave the same answer. He compared the Queen to President Joe Biden and said that despite her “decades and decades” in public life, she did not slip up or make embarrassing gaffes.

During his interview with Brexit leader Nigel Farage, the former President furthermore offered his view on the Queen’s grandson, Prince Harry, and his American wife, Meghan Markle. Trump said the couple “broke the Queen’s heart” and even threatened Prince Harry with deportation from the US. He told Farage that Harry would not receive preferential treatment under his leadership, noting that the Prince confessed to drug use in his 2023 memoirs, Spare.

Visa applications to the United States include questions on drug use, and if these are answered dishonestly, visa refusal or deportation could result.

Following a filing by the conservative Heritage Foundation, a federal judge ordered a review of Harry’s visa application in mid-March. The Foundation insists the Prince should be treated no differently than any other applicant and wants the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to publish his currently sealed visa documents.

Judge Carl Nichols ordered the DHS to provide the files so he could determine how the Prince’s application was handled and whether the DHS treated him favorably. Nile Gardiner, director of the Heritage Foundation’s Thatcher Center for Freedom, said he hopes the documents will eventually be published.